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Dear Mr. Betts, Thank you. Happy Fathers Day hope there is blue sky in your neck of the woods today Again thank you so much we all love you and prayers for you and your family this day.
Hi Mr. Betts, Really excited to hear that you took the stage with Devon and Duane at Macon on New Year's. What a thrill for the lucky folks that were there. Sure glad I was for your May concert. Hope you have had an amazing recovery and that this year is a great one for you. Really looking forward to Devon and Duane's upcoming album and tour. The road goes on forever for us old ramblin' men.
Right now it's looking like June of this year for a CD/DVD release.
It was announced several months ago that a DVD of the 7-21-18 concert at St. George Theatre would be available by the end of the year. I’m still waiting on its release. Any updates on when it will be available?
HAPPY BIRTHDAY DICKEY ! From Lyon France via Cincinnati.
hey Dickey, we wish you all a happy birthday and for your new year of life only the best and most of all. Get well. Keep a stiff upper lip. Best regards from Westenholz bob
Hello Dickey, Hope your getting along well down there in the warm Florida Sunshine. Wondering if you have been to the ol HANKS SEABREEZE down on TREASURE ISLAND? Dont think its HANKS anymore. They used to have a great Jam session on Sunday nights there. I went to quite a few back in the day. Well Sunday Nov4th is my birthday and I'll be starting it off with coffee and cranking up IN MEMORY OF ELIZABETH REED. My all time favourite. Thanks again for the great music. A.P.
Happy healing, Dicky! Glad to hear that the surgery was a success. God bless you and your family, and thank you for the great music you have given us! Been watching and listening to the video of the ABB concert from the University of Florida from 1982...almost constantly! Great music, awesome guitar, and such classics from THE best guitarist! When you get healed up, I sure wish you could come to the AMP in Rogers, AR!
Hey Dicky, Get well soon and come on out to LA . We miss you!
Positive thoughts, good vibes, love and prayers for Dickey and family. Get well my friend!
Hiya, Dickey, both Me and Sam Cultler are hoping that things go ok well for you today. Its been a long trip since 68. Peace and love.
get well soon brother been a big fan since i saw you with great southern back in the mid 70's, praying for you and your family.
Betts Family- We are all praying for you through this difficult time. Words can't express how legendary your music truly is to many. I will never forget the countless shows at Saratoga Performing Arts Center over the years. Take time to recover. We expect to see you in Saratoga a few additional times throughout your career. God Bless The Bailo Family Saratoga Springs NY
Sorry to hear about your accident hope you get well soon Tommy
I forgot to say Thank you Dickey for the great music ! A.P.
Get well soon Dickey ! Originally from Cincinnati now living in Lyon France. There ain't no Southern Rock to speak of over here. There's a good blues following but no Southern music. So I play my Allman Brothers Band and Dickey Betts music pretty much daily. Well I seem to be Rambling on so I'll say if your ever in France I'll surely be there in the audience . BEST WISHES Long time fan and drummer ALLAN RAY PARMLEY
That red guitar,it look pretty special too! The band,y'all were tight! Thanks for giving!!!
Its like the big buck walking slowly down into the deep,tall forest with a beautiful red cardinal on his back, as was the big eagle at the st george theatre this past Saturday night,it was special,beautiful and perfect! Thanks for giving!!!! Lets all get together!!!
I'm sure by now you've read some of the Jambase comments from the Beacon show. Let me just say it was great to be back at the Beacon and to see Dickey on that stage again. For me, it was never about the price of the ticket or getting my money's worth. I set my expectations for that show a long time ago. I was hoping for the best but was prepared for the worst. Devon and Duane were outstanding and blew me away. They played a blistering version of Dreams and I can't wait to see them this Thurs. MTB was exactly what I expected. I knew Doug's voice was gone but the band is very tight. Last but not least, I love Dickey Betts and as far as his performance at the Beacon goes, all I can say is it was a challenge for a variety of reasons. I'll remember the decades of great performances with and without the Brothers. I'm going to skip the NY State Fair show. I doubt I'll see him again but I'll listen to him play and sing until the day I die. As a side note, Duane's guitar playing is a force to be reckoned with and I'm so proud of him and Devon for keeping the music alive and well. See you guys Thursday.
Lightning speed,you can't mess with Dickeys thunder last night!